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Contents Contributorsvii 1Introduction: On Reconceiving of Schizophrenia1 Man Cheung Chung, K.W.M. Fulford, and George Graham 2They Diagnosed Me a Schizophrenic When I Was Just a Gemini. The Other Side of Madness11 Colin King 3Conceptions of Schizophrenia29 Man Cheung Chung 4Explaining Schizophrenia: The Relevance of Phenomenology63 Louis Sass and Josef Parnas 5Schizophrenic Delusion and Hallucination as the Expression and Consequence of an Alteration of the Existential A Prioris97 Alfred Kraus 6Schizophrenia: A PhenomenologicalAnthropological Approach113 Osborne P Wiggins and Michael A Schwartz 7Schizophrenia and the Sixth Sense129 Giovanni Stanghellini 8The Paralogisms of Psychosis151 Grant Gillett 9How to Move Beyond the Concept of Schizophrenia167 Jeffrey Poland 10The Delusional Stance193 G. Lynn Stephens and George Graham 11Against the Belief Model of Delusion217 Andy Hamilton 12The Clinicians Illusion and Benign Psychosis235 Mike Jackson 13Defining Persecutory Paranoia255 Jennifer Radden 14The Functions of Delusional Beliefs275 Peter Kinderman and Richard Bentall 15The Logical Basis of MetaNarratives297 Rom Harr 16Suspicions of Schizophrenia307 Eric Matthews Index000
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Delusions -- psychology.